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Ekaterina

Harington, Donald (Book - 2011?)
Ekaterina
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Ekaterina has just arrived in an unnamed city at the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela with a pasteboard suitcase, a kerchief that covers her lack of hair, and little more than a rudimentary knowledge of English, the language in which she will eventually write her other phenomenal bestsellers. At every turn, Ekaterina's rise to fortune is rattled by her consuming appetite for pubescent boys. Her novels earn her wealth enough to take over the top floor of an aging resort hotel in the Bodarks, as her idol, Nabokov, had taken over a suite in a Swiss resort hotel after the success of Lolita. Ekaterina is a masterwork of illusion and allusion, and like all of Donald Harington's novels it affords delight from beginning to end.
Authors: Harington, Donald
Title: Ekaterina
Publisher: Las Vegas, NV :, AmazonEncore,, [2011?]
Characteristics: 403 pages ;,21 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Donald Harington
Summary: Ekaterina has just arrived in an unnamed city at the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela with a pasteboard suitcase, a kerchief that covers her lack of hair, and little more than a rudimentary knowledge of English, the language in which she will eventually write her other phenomenal bestsellers. At every turn, Ekaterina's rise to fortune is rattled by her consuming appetite for pubescent boys. Her novels earn her wealth enough to take over the top floor of an aging resort hotel in the Bodarks, as her idol, Nabokov, had taken over a suite in a Swiss resort hotel after the success of Lolita. Ekaterina is a masterwork of illusion and allusion, and like all of Donald Harington's novels it affords delight from beginning to end.
ISBN: 1612181031
9781612181035
Branch Call Number: FICTION HARINGTON 2011
Copyright Date: ©1993
Subject Headings: Arkansas Fiction Pedophilia Fiction Soviet Union Fiction Women authors Fiction Teacher-student relationships Fiction Psychiatric hospital patients Fiction
Genre/Form: Psychological fiction
Topical Term: Pedophilia
Women authors
Teacher-student relationships
Psychiatric hospital patients
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